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wheeling its way through streets of los angeles to its final home at the california science center. these pictures have been captivating all of us, including our john zarrella, who is somewhere along the route there. john, good morning. this is quite a task, right? they had some pretty tight clearance in some areas getting this thing around. >> oh yeah, they're not done with those tight clearances yet either, randi. we're about halfway between where it started at l.a.x. and the california science center. so endeavor sitting here behind us now outside the old forum where the los angeles lakers used to play. they're a little bit ahead of schedule and i want to bring in stephanie stillson, who works for nasa and has been responsible for preparing all of the shuttle orbiters for their retirement. stephanie, an amazing sight, but you have to be a little bit concerned when you know the narrow clearances that randi was just talking about. >> absolutely. but the self-propelled motorized transports that they're using can move precisely. so it should be able to crab around the trees and thin
family could soon be out of prison. a california parole board has approved a request from bruce davis. he's serving a life sentence for the 1969 murders of music teacher gary hindman and stuntman shorty shay. >> the parole board says it has 120 days to review this recommendation and then it's up to the california governor, jerry brown, to decide if it stands. davis was granted parole in 2010 but that decision was overturned by then governor arnold schwarzenegger. if he goes free, davis would be the second convicted manson family killer to be freed on parole. steve grogan who was also convicted in the murder of the stuntman shorty shay, was released on parole in the mid-1980s. the prosecutor who sent the manson family to prison says davis should stay behind bars. manson himself was denied parole for the 12th time. he will not be eligible for parole for 15 years. by then, he will be 92 years old. arnold schwarzenegger said it was because of the heinous crimes. this was something that gripped the country and still is a part of kind of our psyche today. the parole board, though, saying he has
spacecraft winding its way through the city, so its final resting place, the california science center. john zarrella and casey wian are covering this story from different vantage points. we'll start with you, john. you're at a staging area where the shuttle is stopping for a public ceremony. some might argue that it seemed like it was at a standstill, going just 2 miles per hour. now it really has stopped, putting the brakes on for this ceremony. >> absolutely. they got here quite a bit early today, ahead of schedule. they've been sitting here a lot longer than they had anticipated and expected. we are at the old forum where the los angeles lakers used to play a little basketball back in the day before they moved. and you know, it gave an opportunity for thousands of people in the englewood area to come out and see the space shuttle. they had a marching band here. they've had music playing. "endeavour" has been sitting there for the better part of an hour. a lot longer than we had anticipated, fredericka. and i am joined by stephanie stillson who works for nasa and has been in charge of pre
this week. i'm in northern california. i'm going to tell you there is something already in your medicine cabinet that many believe could be a cure for cancer. i'll explain it. also, i'll introduce you to a boy who was terribly bullied over a speech problem. now he found a way to help his speech issue. and a way to feel satisfied with eating. >>> we begin with marijuana, on the ballot in six states, the question is, should doctors be allowed to prescribe marijuana for medicinal use. here in california, the first medical marijuana law took effect about 16 years ago. but i'll tell you, being out here the controversy is still controversial, and it confuses many people. here to talk with us is the doctor who is the author of the pot book, a complete guide. dr. holland, thank you for joining us on the program. >> it is my pleasure, dr. gupta. >> you know, it is interesting being out here, people talk about this all the time. there are many states where this is already allowed, medicinal marijuana use. what do they typically prescribe the marijuana for? are there certain conditions? and how do
on display at the california science center. people, thousands lining the route on rooftaps. packed ten deep on the road to get a glimpse of this historic moment. guiding us through this, let's go to our reporters, and we have a special guest. let me introduce him. casey wian has spent the last hours walking alongside "endeavour." john zarrella on a rooftop along the storied parade route. and a special guest especially on this day when we honor "endeavour," leroy child, a nasa astronaut who flew into space and back aboard the very spacecraft. thank you all for joining us, especially you, mr. chow. first to john zarrella. what's the holdup here? >> reporter: right now we're looking at four hours behind schedule. and once they get here, we are at an area near a shopping mall that was going to be the second official viewing area. and it should have been here four hours ago. and it's still down in the distance, a ways away from us. what's been the holdup is this entire route today, they have had to go and cut down and move -- not cut down trees, but they've hato trim trees back on both sides of
conference in california right after the controversy first broke. carol? >> in the light of the changing or not changing comments of the 47% remark, the president was on the campaign trail yesterday. he says romney is guilty of reinventing himself. listen to the president. >> when i got on the stage, i met this very spirited fellow, who claimed to be mitt romney. but i know it couldn't have been mitt romney because the real mitt romney has been running around the country for the last year, promising $5 trillion in tax cuts that favor the wealthy. and yet the fellow on the stage last night, who looked like mitt romney, said he did not know anything about that. >> so, of course, paul, democrats are saying, who was that guy during the debate? that point aside, will this new message resonate? >> you saw a lot of energy for the president in both those rallies. this is the theme coming from the obama campaign and the candidate himself, that mitt romney is maybe twisting the facts, that he's a different man, changed man, maybe moving to the middle. we just got reaction to the romney campaign on
of the story. this is a man who turned pol tinges on its head as governor of california. and what does arnold schwarzenegger want to hear from the candidates? >> how are they going to bring the parties together? >>> plus, have you seen chelsea lately? >> nobody knows what the hell they're getting into when they're running for president. >> one of my favorite guests are back. >> i'm single, yes. >> men watching this -- >> yeah, i'm available. just call me maybe. >> that's funny. feisty as ever with a new look for her talk show. this is "piers morgan tonight." arnold schwarzenegger has always been bigger than life, bodybuilder, hollywood supers r superstar, married into royalty and a governor of california. i first interviewed him in the early '90s. since then he's seen the end of his wife maria shriver and also political career in california. welcome, arnold. >> thank you. >> i imagine what it must be like to be you the past year. i saw i and maria a few days before the balloon came up on this scandal. i talked to you and i've interviewed you several timeses. since then, your whole life compl
on its head as governor of california. what's his debate advice for president obama and mitt romney? >> you've got to be able to look right into the screen and to communicate with the people. >> what does arnold schwarzenegger want to hear from the candidates? >> how are they going to bring both of the parties together and compromise rather than getting stuck in the idealogical corners. >> this is "piers morgan tonight." >>> good evening. our big story tonight, d-day. debate day is just 24 hours away. president obama and mitt romney are deep into their final debate preparation as the clock ticks down for the big event in denver. meanwhile, their top surrogates are out on the campaign trail. paul ryan speaking out for romney in iowa. >> a handful of states will determine this outcome. a handful of states will determine which way our country goes. so you not only have a huge responsibility, you have a tremendous opportunity. >> meanwhile, michelle obama has been stumping for her husband, the president, in ohio. >> this election will be even closer than the last one. that is the only g
. he turned politics on its head as governor of california. and what does ar naeld want to hear from the candidates. >> how are they going to bring both of the parties together in compromise rather than getting stuck in the ideological corners. >> have you seen chelsea lately. >> nobody knows what the hell they're get nothing when they're running for president. >> one of my most unpredictable guests is back. >> i'm single. >> men watching -- >> i'm available. just, you know, call me maybe. >> funny, look for her talk show. this is "piers morgan tonight." >> arnold schwarzenegger's always been bigger than life. himself the governor of one of the biggest states in the union so when it came crashing down it happened in a big way. i first interviewed him in the early '90s. he's seen the end of his marriage and two terms of governor of california. he tells a story now in "total recall" and arnold joins me now. welcome. >> thank you. >> try to imagine what it must have been like to be for the last year. i saw you and maria a few days before the balloon went up on this whole scandal and you
to sir richard branson next hour. >>> any minute now we'll see the president in california. you can see some of these live pictures, this is keen, california. president expected to take the stage there as they are dedicating this cesar chavez monument. could he, might he be responding to mitt romney's blistering foreign policy speech from earlier in the day? we'll watch for that, as will you. that's next. up your game. up the ante. and if you stumble, you get back up. up isn't easy, and we ought to know. we're in the business of up. everyday delta flies a quarter of million people while investing billions improving everything from booking to baggage claim. we're raising the bar on flying and tomorrow we will up it yet again. boring. boring. [ jack ] after lauren broke up with me, i went to the citi private pass page and decided to be...not boring. that's how i met marilyn... giada... really good. yes! [ jack ] ...and alicia. ♪ this girl is on fire [ male announcer ] use any citi card to get the benefits of private pass. more concerts, more events, more experiences. [ jack ] hey, who's
-list hollywood types right now. he is in california hoping to leave there in a couple days with a few million more dollars in his campaign fund. he just spoke to a concert crowd in los angeles and let's get out there and talk about what is going on. dan, campaign sources say they hope to drum up $10 million over the next two days. what is the strategy? is he arming up to get working in the battleground states here? >> reporter: the strategy really is about the battleground states, don. look at where the president has been traveling over the next several months. many trips to colorado and florida where he will be headed later in the week. a lot of time spent in virginia and we can't forget about ohio. the president was there last friday, and he returns ain after leaving from the west coast again. a lot of money and time being spent in the key battleground states. if you watch television in those states, just about every few minutes you will see one of the campaign ads from the president or from his gop opponent, mitt romney. they believe if you can hang on or win the key bat
and singers and a-list hollywood types right now. he's in california, hoping to leave there in a couple of days with a few million more in his campaign fund. let's get to dan lothian. campaign sources say they hope to drum up $10 million over the next two days. what is the strategy? is he arming up to get working in the battleground states here? >> the strategy really is all about the battleground states, don. look at where the president s been traveling over the next several months. he's made many trips to colorado. to florida, where he'll be he headed later in the week. he spent a lot of time in virginia. and we can't forget about ohio. the president was just there on friday. and returns there after leaving the west coast. that's the strategy. a lot of money, a lot of time being spent in the key battleground states. if you watch television in those states, every few minutes, you'll see one of the campaign ads from the president or from mitt romney. they believe in you can hang on or win the key battleground states, that's the road to victory in the upcoming election, don. >> and the p
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through the city, through the streets there to its final home, the california science center. the earthbound trek started yesterday. it's expected to take until about midnight. after all, it's only going about two miles per hour. cnn john zarrella is following its last big mission. >> the folks at the california science center where the space shuttle "endeavour" will make its final home don't want to call this a once in a lifetime experience. they like to call it a once experience. they don't think anything like this will ever happen again and they're probably right. early this morning the space shuttle "endeavour" making its final trip. they call it mission 26. flew 25 times in space and this will be its 26th mission and it left los angeles international airport and it's gone about a mile and a half so far and pulled in here to a parking lot because they wanted to move it out of the airport before rush hour started and then after rush hour ends and later in the day, they will continue to move it on to its next leg. but right now it is sitting here and it's a tremendous oppor
and professor of public policy at the university of california at berkeley. secretary rice, let me start with you on the terror front and the obama administration. do you buy david axelrod saying that president obama labeled it terror the next day? >> well, it didn't sound from that context as if he labeled it as terrorism the next day, anderson. but it does seem credible to me that the white house is sharing with the public what it knows when it knows. it's very difficult to get good information immediately and as this issue becomes clearer, i think the white house has made a credible effort to tell the americans what it, in fact, knows about it. >> ari fleischer, what about that? david axelrod is also saying look, an investigation, you have to be prudent, you're president of the united states, you can't jump to conclusions. >> i have a fair amount of sympathy. i stood on that podium at the white house in the case of attacks on our country. you have to wait until you have all the facts to speak. but in this case, i think there was a willful pattern in this administration of downplaying
of a final 12-mile journey carefully making its way to its retirement home at a california science center. casey wian on the streets right now and john zarrella is there, as well, with gaggle of onlookers on the rooftop. john, where is this shuttle now? >> reporter: it's getting here slowly. don, people have been asking me all along the route. and you can see here, there are thousands of people who have gathered here. this is a shopping mall and right outside the shopping mall is an area where the shuttle was going to make a second stop for a ceremony. the first one was earlier this morning. but itasn't gotten here yet. it is already two hours behind schedule and the problem was they ran into some -- i'm going to bring in stephanie from nassau. and stephanie, ran into some issues here. you knew those things were out there. but, you know, a little more problematic than probably first thought. >> yes, they knew they were going to have to crab between the trees, very precise movement along the way. also crowd control, police force is having to back people up. that slowed things down. once ag
to have passed the stolen documents to an italian journalist. >>> gas prices in california jumped again overnight. drivers are now paying an average of $4.61 a gallon, some parts of the state seeing closer to six bucks. experts blame it on a series of problems in california refineries and already low supply. knbc reports the most drivers are paying 50 cents more than just a week ago. >>> u.s. officials tried for years to get a muslim cleric brought here from britain to stand trial on terrorism charges. today, that man and four others arrived in the united states. they were formally extradited and the wheels of justice are turning. richard roth with details from new york. >> reporter: it didn't take long after extradition for the accused terrorist to appear in a u.s. court. the one-eyed bearded fiery cleric didn't say much as the 11 federal charges against him were read out. with an attorney by his side he offered a simple "i do" when asked to confirm a financial court form he had filled out. his major concern was about his ability to live in the u.s. prison system. his attorney asked th
debates, president obama stumping in california, mitt romney also on the road after what many saw as a lackluster debate last week for the president in particular. he's hoping the new lower unemployment rate will give him a boost. the president is attending a fund-raiser in los angeles, and then he heads on to ohio. mitt romney in the meantime is spending the weekend in florida where yesterday he spent much of the day preparing for the next debate. it's a must-win state if he wants to capture the white house. >>> and, of course, you don't want to forget that the vice presidential debate is this thursday. joe biden and paul ryan squaring off. our cnn coverage begins at 7:00 eastern time. >>> all right. some news for your car out there. honda is recalling 268,000 crvs, its popular suv, model years 2002 to 2006. they say there's a faulty window stwich in the driver's side door, and if it gets wet it can start fire. no crashes or injuries have been reported but honda knows a four-switch fires. >>> space travel will be a business with a launch tonight. spacex wilt pd send the first pri
. then coming here the president has come to california as kind of his atm. he does a lot of fund-raisers here from the hollywood set and others and has been able to pull in a lot of cash. that's primary focus of the president's trip. as you pointed out he's having the big concert with big names, earth, wind and fire, katy perry and george clooney is expected to deliver remarks as well. in addition to that, the president will also be meeting with what the campaign is calling some high-dollar donors. these are people who have been consistently raising big amounts of money for the president. about a dozen of them, the president will be meeting privately with them. then later tonight we'll also be having a fund-raising dinner with, again, high rollers, high donors, if you will. people who are putting up $40,000 each for the dinner. so the president expected to pull in about $9.5 million, not only in fund-raisers here in los angeles but also tomorrow up in northern california. >> $40,000 dinner, dinner is expensive out in hollywood. >> reporter: that's right. >> fund-raising, the president, presid
by rockers and singers and a-list hollywood types. he's in california hoping to leave with a few million more dollars in his campaign fund. he spoke to a concert crowd in los angeles. let's get out there now to dan. we want to talk to him. campaign sources hope to drum up $10 million over the next two days. what's the strategy? >> reporter: the strategy is about the battleground states. take a look at where the president has been traveling. he's made many trips to colorado and florida where he will be headed later in the week. he spent a lot of time in virginia and we can't forget about ohio. the president was just there friday. he returns again after leaving from the west coast. that's a strategy. a lot of money and time being spent in these key battleground states. if you watch television in those states just about every few minutes you'll see one of campaign ads from the president or the gop opponent, mitt romney. they believe they can hang on our win these key battleground states, that's the road to victory. >> what did the president say about the debate? >> reporter: he talked about heal
this stretch of the route from los angeles international airport to the california science center. now, what we can show you is, okay, we have the wing that's really close to that tree. if we look over on the other side of the street, you can now see the platform starting to move. but you can see it's almost out of room on the other side of the street. so it's a very, very delicate maneuver. this platform that it's on, each of the wheels can move individually. it can go side to side and backwards and forwards so they're trying to reposition it right now to get around that tree and try to save it. we have asked a couple of the workers here who are managing this whole process whether they're going to cut the tree down or not. they say they don't know. they have tried throughout the process to save as many trees as possible. 400 have been cut down along the route. they'll be replaced 2 for 1, but some of the residents of the communities have been upset because they don't want to lose any trees. we're still watching the process and we're going to see whether it gets by the tree. you can watch as th
that the california science center will do a great job, and to see it get here is even better. >> and don said, why don't we talk about it, why don't you just take the wings off this thing? not so easy. >> not so easy, it as a thermal protection component, it would be a big challenge to take those things off. could you do it? yes, not a smart thing to do. so that is why we had to develop the route and get through the city. >> and you know, don, stephanie waits, and every time she hears "tight corners," the problem is there were trees in some neighborhoods they didn't want to cut down, the controversy, they had to cut down about 400 trees, science center said they put back two for every one they cut down. but there were some older neighborhoods where they didn't want to cut them down. so it made the clearances literally just a couple of inches on either side. and that has slowed them down, but these people have been really great troopers, you know, out here for four or fiveours already, waiting on space shuttle "endeavour." so you know what a big event this is here in the los angeles area. don? >> a
of los angeles to the california science center. it was supposed to be there already, but there were a few bumps on the road. >> randi in places in people waited eight, nine hours for the shuttle to arrive, and when it did, they found it was worth every second. >> reporter: endeavour had the road all to itself. a parade of one. in tinseltown where seeing stars is ho-hum, endeavour made folks starry-eyed. it and it alone had everyone's attention. cameras snapped. people looked on in awe. this was the fist designated viewing area outside the forum arena where the los angeles lakers once played. endeavour was way ahead of schedule at that point, but it wouldn't last. outside an area mall the second designated viewing area some people stood and waited more than eight hours for the shuttle to arrive, and when it did, it was well after dark. the most difficult part of the 12-mile journey to the california science center was more difficult than expected. endeavour came within inches of trees. so many people lined the streets pressing as close as they could get, so many delicate turns, that
retirement home in los angeles. it finally arrived at the california center after crawling 12 miles across l.a. over three days. >>> just 23 days until the election and the presidential candidates are hard to find. we barely got a glimpse of them today, president obama or mitt romney. they are getting ready for tuesday's debate. mark preston is on site at new york's hofstra university. my question is does president obama still have some work to do on tuesday. >> reporter: he does. he has some game changing to do. he had a very lackluster debate two weeks ago. his advisers are at least telling us that he will come with a different game plan. let's listen to what robert gibbs had to stay on "state of the union" this morning. >> he knew when he walked off the stage and he also knew as he watched the tape of that debate that he's got to be more energetic. i think you'll see somebody who is very passionate about the choice our country faces and putting that choice in front of voters. >> reporter: and on the same show this morning on "state of the union," ed gillespie says it comes down to a choic
of california and senator, we appreciate your taking the time. i know you're out on the campaign trail. fighting for the president today. let me just ask you this question. >> and -- and congresswoman -- and congresswoman shelly berkeley. i wanted to make sure you knew, i was also out in nevada, campaigning for shelly berkeley, who we're trying to make a senator from the house. first, i have to say, the president did put the wars back on budget. so it is true that george w. had them off budget. they're on budget. so that criticism is wrong. let me tell you how i respond to everything you said. and i listened to it intently. >> yes. >> i've run 11 successful elections for myself. they're hard, they're difficult. but it is true, at the end, you still have those undecideds. and even though president obama, as you point out, has talked about these ideas. for example, one you didn't mention is taking away tax breaks for companies who ship jobs overseas. the reason he wants to put this together, they're still undecided, and the republicans are complaining, where's the beef, where's the plan. so he put
of los angeles. it will travel from los angeles international airport to its new home at the california science center. there will be plenty of time for photo ops. it's expected to take 46 hours to make that 12-mile trip. we're there with a live report for you. >> all right. if you were busy watching the debate and missed baseball. man, there was baseball last night. the detroit tigers are headed back to the american league championship series. they shut out the oakland a's 6-0 behind their ace, and he was an ace, justin verlander. this was the decisive fifth game of the alds. you do not want to face justin verlander in a game like that. the national league's san francisco giants completed an improbable comeback with a game five win over the cincinnati reds. the giants lost first two games at home and went on to win the next three straight in cincinnati. they will now play for the pennant. meantime, justice was done. the baltimore orioles forced a fifth and deciding game tonight in the bronx beating the yankees 2-1. >> go yankees. >> in 13 innings. no, no, no, all for the orioles here.
to governor of california, his new book is called "total recall." it's out today and it details his entire life, including the now infamous affair with his house keeper that led to the breakup of his marriage with maria shriver. schwarzenegger talked about that affair in an interview with "60 minutes." >> i think it was the stupidest thing i've done in the whole relationship. it was terrible. i inflicted tremendous pain on maria and unbelievable pain on the kids. >> margita thompson was a press secretary forren or old schwarzenegger during his first term as governor. nice to see you. thank you for talking with us. i thought it was -- what did you think of the interview? let me ask that first. >> well, i think it was an interesting interview. it's definitely going to generate sales for the book. he is a fascinating person. he is someone who has a penchant for having a big personality. and he's also someone that shows that he's human and he's flawed. and so, with that greatness comes a fatal flaw, and it was interesting to watch last night. >> i thought what was interesting, as well, margita
at california over here. 3% of their jobs in the past dozen years lost to china. the candidates say this is largely happening because while america allows its value of the dollar to be set by the free market, and that determines the cost of labor, that china manipulates the cost of its currency. so it can control the cost of labor. because they have a lot of people they need to employ. they'd like to keep labor costs low to attract a lot of business. now, it's difficult to do a one-to-one comparison, because productivity is very different between the u.s. and china. but let's look at it this way as much as we can. if you had a u.s. factory and you wanted to produce something there, by the time you paid a laborer all the benefits and salary, that's going to come out to about $34 an hour, to do the same thing in china is going to be more like $2 an hour. so the chinese government has structured its infrastructure and everything else to support this idea, to bring factories in, to take advantage of that cheap labor, and to put inexpensive products out to compete on the world market. an
. it is quite a site. imagine thisle roing down your street. "endeavour" is being moved to the california science center where it is on permanent display. the trip should take until midnight tonight. >> and a former ranked cyclist lance armstrong is now speaking out against him. lance armstrong won the tour de france for seven years. and one of his ten former teammates testified to the u.s. anti-doping agency that armstrong had dope. they released the damaging report this week saying that it had uncovered overwhelming evidence of armstrong's illegal drug use. hamilton told anderson cooper there is no question that the teammates doped for the big races. >> the first time i blood doped was with lance and basically for lance basically. i had blood doped myself. it was done by the team but it was done for the tour de france so i could be a good teammate for lance armstrong. yeah, a lot of it, you know, he wanted you to be riding at your best when in the biggest races, and for lance, it was all about winning the tour de france. >> armstrong has always denied doping and his attorney calls the r
. >>> officials now say it was a great white shark that killed a surfer off southern california tuesday. the shark is estimated to be between 15 and 16 feet long based on the size of the teeth marks left on the surfer's board. the beach is now closed. >>> in other news, singapore airlines plans to stop flying from singapore to newark, new jersey, takes 19 hours. the carrier blames rising fuel prices and lower passenger demand. >>> throw new crew members arrived within the hour, joining three others who have been on the orbiting lab since july. >>> today, president obama will go where no other president in u.s. history has gone, becoming the first commander in chief to vote early. he talked about his plans moments ago the a rally in florida. >> i'm going to stop in chicago. i'm going to do some early voting in chicago. i can't tell you who i'm voting for. it's a secret ballot. >> following the lead of the first lady, who cast her absentee ballot last week. early voting was a boom to then senator obama's campaign in 2008, more than half of them were cast in his favor. this year it seems to be giving
with the first lady at the d.c. restaurant. he will campaign in california on sunday. >>> we have new developments on that deadly meningitis outbreak to tell you about. the cdc says the death toll has risen to seven people. 64 people in nine states have contracted meningitis linked to steroid injections into their spines. the plant where the contaminated steroid has made has been voluntarily shut down. >>> there is no let nun syria where the opposition says at least 105 people died in fighting today. this is homs where activists say rebels battled government forces. meantime, turkey's military fired artillery into syria today, retaliating for strikes from syria. leon panetta says the war could become something much worse. >> the fact that there are now exchanges of fire between these two countries raises additional concerns that this conflict could broaden. >>> gas prices in california jumped again overnight, drivers now paying an average of $4.61 a gallon with some parts of the state seeing closer to six bucks. experts are blaming it to a series of problems with refineries coupled wi
on the west coast in california were a record high. the national average, $3.80. in california almost a dollar higher. one way to bring down coasts, more drilling, and that is a highly political topic. today she will is trying to do that. drilling in the arctic sea for the first time in two decades, say they could meet a fifth of our country's energy needs. environmental groups are fighting it hard, saying the unpredictable climate means another oil spill is likely and could be catastrophic and an oil spill could take two years to stop because of the thick winter ice. that's a terrifying thought. so this is new round of drilling worth the risk and is shell taking enough precautions to prevent a deep water disaster on steroids? we're "outfront" in the alaskan sea. and we can see the weather looks grim. what is shell doing? >> reporter: winter is approaching. they have about 15 more days to drill out here. they're going to drill until the end of october. shell, this is where all of the controversy is. those people out there are drilling down 1,500 feet into the sea floor of the chuck chi sea. th
at a rapid rate of 2 miles an hour and it's on its way to the california science center. by the way, when it flew it used to fly at 17,000 miles an hour, so this is pretty awesome, but to me, this is awesome. we've seen it riding with a rocket booster on the back of a 747, it will be pulled by an teeny, weinie toyota tundra. the idea of the difference between them. adorable. the whole thing weighs over 292,000 pounds. the endeavour alone weighs 150,000 pounds and that's a lot of carrying devices, et cetera. we looked this up, a toyota tundra has a maximum towing capacity of 10,000 pound, but when it pulls this spacecraft it's 282,000 pounds over its capacity. our john zarrella who gets everything science joins us from l.a. because you've had this fabulous assignment the whole journey. tell me where we are in the journey and how we're doing today. >> reporter: okay, where we are, ashleigh is we're parked and it's a tremendous opportunity for the people of los angeles and they're coming out with their kids and their families and getting to take pictures with the orbiter and what happened wa
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